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Volume 61 (5):
Application of First-Arrival Tomography to Characterize a Quick Clay Landslide Site in Southwest Sweden
Recovering Relative Locations of the 2005-2006 Mukacheve Earthquakes from Similarity of their Waveforms at a Single Station
Seismic View on the Svalbard Passive Continental Margin
Electromagnetic Study of Lithospheric Structure in the Marginal Zone of East European Craton in NW Poland
Site Specific Prediction Equations for Peak Acceleration of Ground Motion Due to Earthquakes Induced by Underground Mining in Legnica-Głogów Copper District in Poland
Analysis of Spatial Distribution of Mining Tremors Occurring in Rudna Copper Mine (Poland)
Love Waves in the Fiber-Reinforced Layer Over a Gravitating Porous Half-Space
Gyulai, Á. , Dobróka, M., Ormos, T. , Turai, E. , Sasvári, T.
In-mine Geoelectric Investigations for Detecting Tectonic Disturbances in Coal Seam Structures
Shukla, S.B. , Chowksey, V.M. , Prizomwala, S.P. , Ukey, V.M. , Bhatt, N.P., Maurya, D.M.
Internal Sedimentary Architecture and Coastal Dynamics as Revealed by Ground Penetrating Radar, Kachchh coast, Western India
Scour Downstream of J-Hook Vanes in Straight Horizontal Channels
Szydłowski, M., Szpakowski, W. , Zima, P.
Numerical Simulation of Catastrophic Flood: the Case Study of Hypothetical Failure of the Bielkowo Hydro-Power Plant Reservoir
Regional Ionosphere Modeling in Support of IRI and Wavelet Using GPS Observations
Mia, M.B., Fujimitsu, Y.
Monitoring Heat Losses using Landsat ETM+ Thermal Infrared Data − A Case Study at Kuju Fumarolic Area in Japan
Variation of the Ionospheric Scintillation Index with Elevation Angle of the Transmitter
Cherniak, I.V., Lysenko, V.N.
Measurements of the Ionosphere Plasma Electron Density Variation by the Kharkov Incoherent Scatter Radar
Leliwa-Kopystyński, J., Satorre, M.A. , Santonja, C.
Experimental Studies of Sublimation of Highly Volatile Ices in Relevance to the Ices of the Solar System
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